Born on July 22, 1994 ( in Van Nuys, California) Pablo Unzueta comes from a family background of photographers based in Santiago, Chile. Unzueta has a passion for human connection and storytelling. He then, began documentary photography at the age of 17 when he bought himself his first digital camera (Sony Alpha 57). Since then, he has been documenting poverty, protests, wild fires, and landscape– along with portraiture. Pablo Unzueta is aesthetically involved with mainly black and white filters. Throughout his teenage years, the 20 year old photographer has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the Fullerton Observer News and the Mountie Newspaper. Moreover, he has won several JACC (Journalism Association of Community Colleges) awards for Mt. San Antonio Community College. In the competition he received third place in the state for the bring-in photo competition, along with first place in the bring-in audio slideshow on body shaming. After he is finished with his courses, Unzueta is aspiring to become a published freelance photographer, covering social conflicts around the globe. I am pleased to present to you his outstanding photography work. For more information on Pablo, please visit his website: http://unzuetaphotography.weebly.com/
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